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What industry publications do you read regularly?

Created: 20 Jan 2010 | 30 comments
LeslieMiller's picture

Hi everyone,

I've got a question for you. Which industry publications do you read regularly? Which are the most helpful for you?

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Screenbert's picture

eWeek (Magazine) - Good review, sometimes a bit biased.
Slashdot (Online Articles and comments) (They also allow for Paid Advertisments "Articles" now)
Network World (Magazine)

Everything else I keep up with on-line using Google Reader and subscribing to blogs.

Screenbert

Troy Whittaker OLD's picture

Gizmodo
Altirigos
Ars Technica

No magazines other than DELL Power Solutions (occasionally).

MBHarmon's picture

I don't know if they count as "Industry" magazines or not but I've got subscriptions to Wired Magazine and Make

- Matt

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Eweek

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Michael_S's picture

in no particular order: Slashdot, CNET, 2600 and Gartner reports!

arrow_203's picture

I run a slashdot RSS feed directly on my desktop.  Other than that, just whatever tech news is floating around my regular news haunts:  cbcnews.ca, cnn.com

Mike
Network Analyst

"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic!"

EdT's picture

Computer Weekly

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nhej-'s picture

Eweek for me..

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mgreen's picture

Digg
NewsFactor
Tech Dispenser
Gizmodo
Broadband Reports

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WiseUser's picture

Eweek is my choice

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Terry Cutler's picture

Always looking to the future.   One favority publication is Popular Science http://www.popsci.com/

Other brief reads include Intel Premier IT Professionals - i.e. Intel Magazine - http://ipip.intel.com/go/magazine/  

eWeek in electronic form is an occasional read

CNET summaries via email

Most of the above items are just to see what's being announced, highlighted, etc.

For helpful material which assists with day2day activities - social media sites like this one (Symantec Connect), Intel OpenPort, Microsoft Technet, etc.

The opinions expressed on this site are mine alone and do not necessarily reflect the opinions or strategies of Intel Corporation or its worldwide subsidiaries

payners's picture

Gizmodo and whatever else my internet quests find that particular day.

Stumpr2's picture

Marvel
DC
Gold Key

VERITAS ain't it the truth?

riva11's picture

Some online magazines , PC Magazine, Wired Magazine and many others using Google Reader. 

riva11's picture

Just for info about tech website but not only, see  Favorite Blogs and Web Sites by Digital Inspiration.

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TroyBauer's picture

e-week
The Symantec/Connect Blogs
gizmodo
Datamation
Slashdot.org
Telecoms.com
NetworkComputing
Wired

Wow...I need a life!

pcalver's picture

Redmond Magazine is the main one I peek at.

Patrick
Sacramento Municipal Utility District

Jeanne's picture

Eweek, CW computerworld, technet plus I read a lot of white papers on subjects that interest me.

EthenTerry's picture

EWeek, Computer Weekly and Symantec Forums.  Just cant keep up with changes unless I get most articles emailed to me though.  Reading your PDA on a train works great!!